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ahora cuentan con una madre amorosa y paciente, el amor no es solo de los seres humanos, con estas imágenes nos despedimos esta tarde, les esperamos el lunes con impacto,a 23 de noviembre 2 su madre dice que será en cuestion de horas, una explosion estremeció springfiel, por lo menos dos edificios quedaron destruidos, a esta hora termina un viernes negro, los números en wall street indican buenos números y hoy llegó oficialmente la navidad en la casa blanca, vamos con toda la información . (♪). >> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna, con nidia calderón y enrique acevedo . >> buenas noches, bienvenidos al noticiero univisión, una muy dolora si ha enfrentado la familia de héctor "macho" camacho, luego de que los doctores confirmaran la muerte cerebral, al madre y el hijo difieren si se debe desconectar o no de la máquina que mantiene con vida a camacho . >> totalmente destrozada la madre, aceptó el destino de su hijo . >> se fue hace tres días, está en fuerzas de maqquina, no está vivo, está vivo para la gente que lo quiere . >> la señora dice que est
this with monique can a novea campaigner for the drop the i word movement first of all you are from el salvador. did you come here legally yourself. >> no i didn't actually. >> you are illegal immigrant yourself? >>. no but that's not what i'm here to talk about. >> bill: i understand. we have to define how are in addition to what you believe. did you comen here illegally. >> iev came here as a war refugee. >> from he will el salvador. >> my family all easily got papers. >> bill: have you papers and you were here because of the -- you know i covered the war and actually when you left el salvador in 1982 i was there getting shot at. >> okay. >> bill: i know what you are going through and i'm happy you are here. >> i am happy i am here too. part of the drop the i word legacy is picking up where immigrants started doing immigrant rights work in the 1980s during the sanctuary movement telling their stories and putting humanity on the front burner and making sure that our laws were humane. it's the same thing that we are doing now. >> with your intent but you are misguided in the sense that you feel that
or killed. especially in these times when years when you have an el nino year where you can have the storms and the trees come down before anybody realizes what is going on, the next thing you are dead and something should be done. some of those trees are dangerous, it doesn't matter what anybody says, some of those trees are dangerous and just a matter of time before somebody gets hurt or worse or yet killed. >> i just wanted to say, allow this work to be done over here in glen canyon park. a lot of that should have been done years ago and everything. that is why the place is in bad shape from years of neglect. because nobody at rec and park or city hall really cared about showing an interest in glen park when things are like deteriorating with the rec center building. and the thing about the rest rooms and anybody that? a wheelchair, or has any other type of disability can't use the rest rooms in the men's rest room over at glen park, and then the woman's room too you have to go down stairs and in the men's room they are in violation of a safety code because there is no railing where the
of the day goes for the great one ketch, jarvis landry of el as you ought to control the ball and just one hand. seventh ranked lsu beats arkansas, 20-13. meanwhile, the national hockey league lockout is alarming and it is looming large. teetering on the brake. a nobler wipe out with the third cancelled including the all star game which was slated for january 27th in columbus ohio. both sides are fighting on how to fight to split $3 billion in revenue. this is the third time an all-star game has been cancelled. also, this bay area boxer could be in line for a big pay out, coming up area boxing has never been stronger. the ghost had his way in. one 46.8, his competitor, this fight will be in ontario, calif. the winner could be a fight against floyd the weather. if you have a question? e- mail ask carr ve askgary@kron4.com.... >> decent weather, and '60s and '70s. the rain is good to be holding off >> have a lovely night and a good weekend will be back at 11:00 p.m., see you then. at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call t
that rocked springfield, massachusetts last night was caught on camera. the blast leveled a bar and el damaged twelve buildings nearby. it was fueled by a gas leak. no one died, but 18 people suffered non-life-threatening injuries and half of them were firefighters. >>> new this morning, the low water levels on the mississippi will level are about to get lower. the missouri river res view will be lowered in response to a doubt. it could potentially bring barge traffic on the mississippi to a halt within a few weeks. the river is nearing historic lows. the river carries or barges carry 20% of the nation's coal and 60% of u.s. grain exports. in the midwest they are talking about a drought. but not here. >> yeah, isn't this beautiful. the view outside you are looking at the clear sky. we have a little bit of fog in the north bay and we will talk about when this is going to end because there is an end in site with the return to rain. that's coming up. >> only one gets the wi >> lisa argen just in moments ago, seconds ago with a brand new updated forecast. >> ah-ha. lots to talk about. sunny, mild
, police in clear lake are asking for the public's help to find two teenage girls. 15-year-olds lacy el wood and sarah beck last seen at a taco bell on saturday. el wood is described as 5' 6, 145 pounds, blonde hair, blue eyes. beck is described as 5' 7, 135 pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes. police say the girls may be headed to the yucaya area. >>> tensions may be easing in the middle east. israel has loosened travel restrictions along the gaza border and so far, there are no reports of any new violent attacks. tens of thousands of school children returned to class this morning, after eight days of fighting along the border. a u.n. spokesman says students spent their first day back in school talking about their fears and experiences before the cease-fire. >>> in egypt, there is growing opposition to that country's new democratically elected leader. crowds protested at cairo's square, calling for president mohammed morsi. he says the courts cannot overrule his decisions, but protesters who helped overthrow the old regime led by mubarak warn egypt's new government hasn't chaingsd.
decisions above the law and free he from judicial review until the parliament is ele surprising. and the president called president morsi to thank him for effort and reaffirm the close partnership between the united states and egypt. last night the state department issued a statement expressing reservations about what he's doing and made clear in their view the actions he's taking conflict with the idea that fueled the arab spring a year ago. the state department says one of the aspirations of the revolution was to ensure that power would not be overly concentrated in the hands of any one person or institution, and the current constitutional vacuum in egypt can only be resolved by a constitution that includes checks and balances and respects fundamental freedoms and rule of law consistent with egypt's international commitments. and el baradei is more blunt and twitter, morsi usurped all parents and' pointed himself egypt's new garo, a major blow that could have dire consequences. only a little more than five months since morsi became egypt's first democratically elected presiden
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